Enjoy a summer of Jaguar at the Heritage Motor Centre!
As previously mentioned in Jaguar Heritage News last month, The Heritage Motor Centre is celebrating the iconic Jaguar with a number of themed family activities during the summer holidays from 18 July – 8 September. Visitors can take part in special events and activities celebrating the car’s history, design, brand and racing pedigree. Family activities include Jaguar themed Art and Craft Thursdays, the chance to view iconic cars from the Jaguar Heritage Collection, as well as talks and family tours. In addition, every Tuesday is Lego Technic day, where children can design, build and test their own Lego Technic machines.
The infamous Artist in Residence, Ian Cook of PopBang Colour, who paints using remote controlled cars, is back by popular demand on the 13, 14 & 15 August. Children can have a go at creating their own works of art using remote controlled cars and car parts. Ian has a huge following and always attracts plenty of attention from Museum visitors.
The new outdoor play and picnic area, built this year, is a great space for children to let off steam and enjoy a family picnic. For those that want to experience the thrills and spills of off-road driving a 20 minute demo ride on the Land Rover Experience is a must! Qualified instructors drive visitors around a challenging off-road course over rocky inclines, steep descents and some impressive water sections. Suitable for children 5 years and over.
Emma Rawlinson, Life Long Learning Officer at the Heritage Motor Centre stated “We are delighted to be celebrating all things ‘Jaguar’ this summer and have some fantastic activities laid on for visitors of all ages – whatever the weather!”
Buy one day and get 12 months free if you Gift Aid your entrance. Museum entry fees are: Adults £12, Child £8 (5-16 years) under 5 free, Concessions £10 & Family £34 (2 adults & up to 3 children). For more information about the HMC please call 01926 641188 or visit Heritage Motor Centre
Summary of Jaguar Events at The Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon
- 18 July – 28 July – Jaguar “the Brand”
- 29 July – 18 August – Jaguar Racing and Rallying
- 19 August – 9 September – Jaguar Design
Each three-week section will include various activities including drop-in family craft activities, art sessions, Tuesday ‘Lego Technic’ activities, Jaguar guided tours, a special lecture and a changing selection of ‘feature’ vehicles and display of archive material from Jaguar Heritage.
To complement these events, 3 lectures have been organized, as detailed below
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All information correct at time of publishing.